Throughout December, when you use the button above to give through PayPal Giving Fund we will receive 101% of your donation!
We need your financial support NOW to finish the capital campaign in 2016!
Over 500 households and businesses have contributed to this capital campaign! Just this month, the capital campaign of the Cranbury Public Library Foundation achieved $2.0 MM. Engineering drawings are completed, and when we have achieved $2.9 MM, we will break ground.
Read the full UPDATE here.
This Thanksgiving the Cranbury Public Library Foundation wants to thank our 500+ supporters for helping us reach over $2 million in our capital campaign for a new library.
We want to break ground in 2016!
You can help by sharing this message and spreading the word that the Cranbury Public Library Foundation is participating in #GivingTuesday on December 1, 2015.
On Giving Tuesday, help us create a buzz about the library campaign by:
- Downloading the I gave! icon and sharing it on your social media pages (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram).
- Sharing the donor profiles we will be posting to the library’s Facebook page during the day on Tuesday.
- Encouraging your friends and neighbors to give back to their community by supporting the campaign for a new library!
Did you know?
PayPal wants December 1, 2015 to be the biggest day of online giving in history — and the Cranbury Public Library Foundation can be a part of it.
PayPal is aiming to set a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title for most money raised online for charity in 24 hours on #GivingTuesday 2015. #GivingTuesday also kicks-off PayPal’s month-long “Give Cheer” campaign, adding 1% to all donations made to any charity in the U.S. PayPal Giving Fund in the month of December when the gift is made through the donation page on PayPal. Since PayPal already waives fees on donations made through this giving portal, 101% of donations will be delivered to the Library Foundation all month long!
Thank you to everyone who came out to the Cranbury Art auction on Friday and bid on one or more pierces of the beautiful artwork available. The Foundation raised over $12,000 for the new library!
Everyone who came enjoyed the evening. Several guest auctioneers regaled the crowd with stories of Cranbury, remembrances of Don Jo and other fond memories. Committeeman and guest auctioneer Glenn Johnson took his role very seriously indeed by dressing in white tie and tails. See Glenn and other photos of the evening’s festivities here.
Thanks go foremost to Virginia Swanagan who donated the majority of artwork as well as David Nissen and Janice Altieri. A big thank you also goes to Kathy Morolda of Cranbury Station Gallery. Kathy donated her time and expertise presiding over the evening and running the auction. We also want to thank our guest auctioneers: Roy Reinhardt, JoD Andrews, Lisa Beach, Dave Cook, Susan Goetz, Glenn Johnson, Andre Moutenot and Pat Demers.
All of this would not have been possible without the Library Foundation Capital Campaign Committee members. They have worked tirelessly to raise $2 million in funds for the new library. Now it’s up to you. Please donate and help us raise the last million this year. If you do, Cranbury will have a new library in 2016!
|The auction will include 22 artworks by Don Jo Swanagan, 2 photographs by David Nissen, a handcrafted jacket by Janice Altieri and 20 silent auction items. The tickets are $10 per person and are available at the library. More of the artwork can be seen here.|